Turner & Townsend
Easton, UK
27 Jul 2019
01 Aug 2019
Contract Type
Full Time
Job SummaryAt Turner & Townsend we're passionate about making the difference. That means delivering better outcomes for our clients, helping our people to realise their potential, and doing our part to create a prosperous society. We employ over 5000 people in over 100 offices across the globe, offering independent advice, safeguarding the commercial interests of clients embarking on investment programmes across real estate, infrastructure and natural resources.Within our southwest region our infrastructure team has strong positions in Highways, Utilities, Rail and Defence. Our people have the opportunity to move between sectors, building their experience across a broad range of major projects and programmes.We are seeking people to join our organisation who have a positive outlook, are seeking development opportunities and have a strong foundation of technical understanding in their core area of activity.Job ObjectivesTo deliver project controls services, taking responsibility for end to end service delivery, relating to large, complex and mega projects. Lead the establishment of the overall success criteria for the contract, including time, cost, and performance parameters.Implement effective project governance, processes and systems throughout the project lifecycle.Lead and facilitate inputs from cross-functional project controls team in a matrix environment.Accountable for the maintenance of the risk register supporting the evaluation and assessment of all risk components and variations related to the specific performance objective.Monitor and apply performance management techniques, including the use of KPI's to improve project performance.Manage change control processes as required. Monitor and advise upon project finances.Manage the flow of project information within the project team.To act as the key, day to day project team interface, ensuring that client objectives are met and these projects are delivered within time and cost targets and to the appropriate quality standards.Involvement in technical services delivery including supporting the centre of expertise in developing and implementing the PMO project controls service.Projects are managed to the right quality standards and are completed efficiently, on time and to budget.Project controls delivery meets the client's objectives and is in line with the conditions of appointment.Skills RequiredRelevant technical degree and management qualifications. Professional experience undertaking project control roles for the development and/or delivery of construction projects.Experience working within planning & scheduling, cost management.Experience of risk management, change control information management and reporting within complex projects, and integration of same.Working knowledge of proprietary cost management systems such as Prism and Unifier.The ability to lead and mentor a team of specialists in the above fields, enabling strong training and development for junior staff members.Excellent verbal and written communication skills.Working knowledge of Primavera P6.#LI-BW1
Bristol, England, UK

Salary: Based on Experience

Closing Date: 11/07/2020

Job start: 11/02/2019

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